The producers of HBO’s The Jinx did not strike any deal with law-enforcement authorities to hold off on arresting Robert Durst until his hot-mic confession aired on Sunday’s series finale, according to TMZ. The site is reporting that multiple sources have confirmed that police received an audio of his confession months before the series aired on HBO. A source told TMZ that police were waiting for Durst “to make a move” because he knew the episode with his confession of having “killed them all” was about to air. Louisiana State Police said in a court filing prior to the arrest that Durst posted a “flight risk” and believed him to be “armed and dangerous” (he was found with a handgun).
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